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>> and that's the "overnight news" for this tuesday. for some of you, the news continues. for others, check back a little later for "the morning news" and s this morning.. from the broadcast center in new from the broadcast center in new york city, i'm don dahler. it's tuesday, may 14th, 2019. this is the cbs morning news. mid air collision. at least four people are dead after two sight seeing planes collide in alaska. smart phones, guns, shoes, and gulf clubs, more than 4,000 chinese products could get hit with a new round of tariffs. meanwhile, president trump is promising relief to rm parers hurting from the escalating
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trade war. and actress huffman pleads guilty in the college admissions scandal that rocked the world of higher education. how long she could spend in prison. good morning from the studios in cbs news headquarters in new york. good to be with you. i'm ann marie green. the ntsb is heading to alaska today to investigate a deadly mid air collision between two sight seeing planes. the accident happened yesterday in ketchikan. the sust coast guard confirmed four people are dead but ten people were taken from the wreckage and taken to the hospital. they were in fair and good condition. the coast guard spent the overnight hours searching for two others still missing. the flying seeing company suspended operations while federal authorities investigate the accidents.
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princess cruises released a statement saying they are deeply saddened by the news and providing help to the families affected by the crash. president trump says he's going to take further action to help the nation's farmers in the midst of an escalating trade war with china. china yesterday announced increased tariffs on $60 billion in u.s. goods. the move comes after president trump increased tariffs on $200 billion in chinese exports. and anxiety spread across the stock market yesterday amid the trade war fears. the dow plummeted 617 points. s&p 500 lost 69 points. the nasdaq dropped 269 points. hillary lane is here in new york with how farmers are reacting. hillary, good morning. >> good morning, ann marie. farmers who export to china are being hit particularly hard by the new tariffs. many farmers are part of president trump's base in the last election. now some say they're losing profits and losing patience. the trade war with china took
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its toll yesterday. sending stocks into their worst one day slide since early january. >> we're doing really well as a country. >> last night, president trump said he's confident it will work out. >> i'll let you know in three or four weeks whether or not it was successful. you never really know, right? i have a feeling it will be very successful. >> he suggested placing more tariffs on chinese imports. >> we have the right to do another $325 billion at 25%. >> those not covered by the existing tariffs. china's top diplomat remains optimistic, insisting both country's negotiating teams has the wisdom to resolve the demands. >> we love our farmers. we take care of our farmers. >> the president is promising to subsidize farmers targeted by chinese tariffs. >> which is about $15 billion and do something reciprocal to our farmers. >> though many say they would
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rather get back to business as usual. >> we don't want to see trade day packages. >> this michigan farmer says is. oy beans have been hit the hardest. prices are at a ten year low. >> you try to tighten your belt, you get so sharp and you try to tighten the belts any further we cut the circulation off in our legs. >> he hopes the two sides can find common ground to end the standoff quickly. >> and the american soy bean association said we're losing, losing a valuable market, losing stable pricing, losing an opportunity to support our families and our communities. ann marie? >> hillary lane here in new york, thank you so much, hillary. north korea this morning is calling the u.s. seizure of a north korean cargo ship an unlawful robbery and demanded the ship be immediately returned. pyongyang is accusing the u.s. of detrag tbetraying the agreem. the korean vessel was detained
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last year and is accused of illegal coal shipments in violations of sanctions. new video appears to show the extent of damage to a norwegian flag ves until what is described as a sabotage attack off the coast of united arab emirates. the footage shows a hole in the hull above the water line. officials claim the two savvy oil tankers were targeted on sunday. authorities are investigating the incident. the u.s. says iran is likely behind the attack. attorney general william barr appointed john durham, a u.s. attorney in connecticut to examine the origins of the russia investigation. the inquiry will focus on whether the government's meth adds to collect intelligence relating to the trump campaign were lawful and appropriate. president trump accused of them of spying on his campaign. alabama state senate is expected to vote on the nation's
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most redistrict af borgs bill. the bill would ban all abortions except in cases where the mother or embryo is in danger. a doctor who performs an abortion would face up to 99 years in prison. last week georgia became the sixth state to enact a heartbeat bill banning abortion. none of the state laws are in effect because they're facing legal challenges. the company behind the roundup weed killer will appeal after an attorney found the herbicide caused a couple's cancer. the verdict includes $2 billion in punitive damages and $55 million in compensatory damages. the judgement is the third and largest against the parent company biayer involving the product. the couple used the weed killer for more than three decades for residentialen land xaping. both were eventually diagnosed with non-hodgkins lymphoma.
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>> the epa was never told the truth. the original study that got the drug approved was fraudulently done. the scientists that did the studies went to jail. that's right. went to jail for doing this. >> bayer insist that's the key ingredient in roundup is safe. and five years after the death of eric garner, the new york police officer accused of using a banned choke hold on him is getting his day in court. his 2014 arrest was played at a disciplinary hearing yesterday. investigators say daniel and other officers were trying to handcuff garner after stopping him for allegedly selling untaxed cigarettes. garner started to struggle and he put him in a choke hold to subdue him. garner later died. he maintains he never choked garner and that his technique was in line with his training. >> we all seen the video. we've all sat and watch him being murdered.
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not nationally but worldwide we've seen this and they're still playing games. >> garner was suffering from multiple he multiple health issues when he refused arrest. a judge will determine how long actress huffman will spend behind bars. huffman formally entered a guilty plea for her participation in the college admissions scam. the actress broke down in tears while explaining that her oldest daughter has a learning disability and requires extra time on tests. cbs news news legal analyst says the early actions helped her. >> huffman's early plea is not only good for huffman, it also has to be looked as bad for those other people that are not rushing to the courthouse to plead guilty. >> she admitted to paying $15,000 to have someone alter her daughter's s.a.t. score. prosecutors are recommending
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$20,000 in fines and a four month prison sentence. so coming up on the morning news now, a reported operation for mass arrests of migrant families in the u.s. in the fight to stem illegal immigration. and saving for college early. colorado's plan to give money to newborns. this is "the cbs morning news." cosentyx can help people with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis find clear skin that can last. don't use if you're allergic to cosentyx. before starting, get checked for tuberculosis. an increased risk of infections and lowered ability to fight them may occur. tell your doctor about an infection or symptoms, if your inflammatory bowel disease symptoms develop or worsen, or if you've had a vaccine or plan to. serious allergic reactions may occur. how sexy are these elbows? ask your dermatologist about cosentyx.
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those are some of the headlines on the morning newsstand. "the washington post" reports before president trump outed two officials, they challenged a secret white house plan to arrest thousands of migrant families and ten major u.s. cities. arrest was have required coordinated raids targeting parents and children in their homes and neighborhoods. but home land security secretary and top immigration enforcement officials halted the operation. they were reportedly concerned about a lack of preparation by ice agents. the public's reaction and that it would divert resources from the border. "the wall street journal" reports the returning of boeing's grounded 737 max planes is delayed posing further headaches for airlines. federal regulators are targeting next week for preliminary approval of a software fix for the plane's automated flight control system. but final approval is likely to take longer. that means the max may not fly
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again until mid to late august. the planes were involved in two deadly crashes. usa today reports carbon dioxide levels in the earth's atmosphere reached the highest level in human history. data from a hawaiian observatory shows co-2 levels surpassed 450 parts per million last friday. that is higher than any of the levels in more than 800,000 years. they say co-2 from fossil fuels such as coal, oil, and gas is most responsible for global warming. carbon dioxide levels were higher millions of years ago but the planet's temperatures were also much hotter. and the "denver post" report's colorado governor signed a bill requiring the state to set aside $100 for each newborn's college savings. the money will be put into investment funds for all kids born or adopted between 2020 and 2040. before a child turns 5, parents must open a college savings account. when they do, the $100 money
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♪ fly me to the moon let me play among the stars ♪ nasa is accelerating plans to return many americans to the moon. they're asking for a $1.6 billion budget increase for 2020 to jump-start the project. the space agency aimed to return crew spacecraft to the lunar surface by 2028. but the cash infusion helped fast track that goal by four years. nasa is also seeking further spending increases to create suites of reusable rockets by 2028. on cbs money watch, apple loses a legal challenge and a major retail chain will soon offer free next day shipping. dianne king hall is at the new york stock exchange with that and more. good morning, dianne. >> good morning, ann marie.
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stock markets in asia were lower amid the u.s.-china trade standoff. on our shores, notable earnings reports including apparel giant ralph lauren, agilent technology and tilray. shares of uber dropped 10% yesterday to $37.10. the first full day of trading yesterday since the stock market debut friday. the ipo price was $45. ruling by the supreme court allows a huge antitrust class action lawsuit against apple to move forward. it accuses apple of forcing consumers to buy apps exclusively from the th giant. it alleges consumers pay inflated prices because apple requires all phone software to be sold and purchased through the company's app store. the lawsuit also says apps will be cheaper if software developers could sell to users directly. apple argued that only app developers should be able to bring such a lawsuit.
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there is growing concern about an e. coli breakout traced to ground beef. the number of people sickened has grown to 196. the problems affect 177 people in ten states. the cdc reported last month so far no one has died. the cdc and the u.s. department of agriculture continues to investigate the link. walmart is ratcheting you up the battle of the shipping wars announcing free next day delivery. the new perk will be on select walmart.com orders over $35 and do not require a membership fee. the rollout the begin in phoenix, las vegas, and southern california. walmart says next day delivery will reach 75% of the country by the end of the year. the move follows last month's announcement by amazon of free one day delivery for all prime members. and amazon announced plans to help existing employees start their own small delivery businesses. the company says they will cover up to $10,000 in start-up costs
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and three months worth of salary if they quit their job. the offer is good for part time and full time employees including amazon warehouse workers. ann marie? >> thank you. at the new york stock exchange, thank you, dianne. >> you got it. >> still ahead, a record breaking dive. we'll show you what an ocean explorer saw in one of the most isolated places on earth. ated places on earth. multi-surface rubber brushes to grab and remove pet hair. and the roomba filter captures 99% of dog and cat allergens. if it's not from irobot, it's not a roomba. and with a great deal on a new toyota, you can do all the things that make the season so much fun. like go biking... ...mother's day... ...glamping... ...graduations... ...music festivals... ...motocross... ...ziplining... what makes an amazing deal even better? how about that every new toyota comes with toyotacare, a two-year or 25,000 mile no-cost maintenance plan and roadside assistance?
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at bottom, repeat, at bottom. >> the world's oceans don't go any deeper than the pacific's trench. and victor set a record there for the deepest dive ever. descending more than 35,800 feet in a titanium submarine. >> amazing dive. i think almost exactly 12 hours, four hours on the bottom. >> he encountered translucent creatures, some never seen before. he also spotted depressingly familiar items including a plastic bag. the last human to reach these depth was titanic director james cameron in 2012. but a private equity investor beat cameron's dive by 66 feet. >> it was a great journey. saw some really interesting things on the bottom. >> his historic dive was record for deep planet, a series that will air on the discovery channel later this year.
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>> that was john dickerson reporting. coming up on this morning's round, how age can affect seasonal allergies and tips to cope with the symptoms. i think i need some tips. i'm ann marie green. this is the cbs morning news. as caused by over 200 indoor and outdoor allergens. like those from buddy. live claritin clear. for one week only, save up to $18 on select claritin products. check this sunday's newspaper for details. wearing powerful sunscreen? yes! neutrogena® ultra sheer. unbeatable protection helps prevent early skin aging and skin cancer with a clean feel. the best for your skin. ultra sheer®. neutrogena®. georgand a busy day ahead. george has entresto, a heart failure pill that helped keep people alive and out of the hospital. don't take entresto if pregnant; it can cause harm or death to an unborn baby.
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th was great! our top stories, the ntsb is heading to alaska to investigate a deadly mid air collision between two sight seeing planes. the accident happened yesterday about 10 miles from a small town. 16 people were onboard the plane. at least four were killed and two are still missing. the passengers were from the cruise ship royal princess. and president trump is going to subsidize american farmers. he increased tariffs yesterday. the move comes after president trump increased tariffs on $200 billion in chinese imports.
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hollywood is remembering academy award winning singer and movie icon doris day. she died at her california home yesterday. she was 97 years old. we look back at her life and career. >> oh, rex. >> doris day didn't just light you were the screen, she made you feel like you could be right up there with her. >> you have a beautiful back. >> my mother always made me sit up straight. >> they called her the girl next door, an america's sweetheart. but, of course that, was just a half of it. born doris marianne, she had a voice as golden at her hair. ♪ >> she made some 600 recordings, many before she was even into movies. but once there, she proved she can match wits with the best of them. >> no alcoholic deaf wrath. no drug known to science.
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no torturous device could induce me to stay married to you. >> she was as confident as she was charming and pretty sexy too. >> you'll find that most people are willing to meet you half way. >> this may be most famous bubble bath never taken together. brock hudson was a life long friend. later appearing on her cable show. just months before he died of aids. >> we really had fun making movies, didn't we? >> yeah. i wish we made more. >> but she never did. shortly after that, she retreated to the sea side community where she preferred dogs to most people. she had bad luck with men. married four times, her third husband embezzled much of her fortune. she rarely made public paernss focusing instead on less keying animals of every sort. ♪ >> doris day didn't so much timeless as ageless forever remembered as the fresh face star with a smile to match, that left her fans wanting more. cbs news, los angeles. coming up on cbs this
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morning, in today's morning round, how age can affect seasonal allergies. and tips to cope with the symptoms. plus, we'll talk with an american explorer who set a new record for the deepest dive in history. he will reveal his surprising discovery on the ocean's lowest floor. and in our series profile in service, we'll meet two trail blazing female fire betalon chiefs in washington, d.c. and the fire department there. that is the cbs morning news for this tuesday. thanks for watching. i'm ann marie green. have a great day. thanks for watching. i'm ann marie green. have a great day.
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live from the cbs studios, this is kpix news. this is a live look from the salesforce tower camera looking at the bay bridge.
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we are cooling down ahead of the storm. good morning, it is tuesday, may 14. >> michelle has the morning off. let's get right to the weather forecast. >> we are tracking the strong storm system that will bring the rain. this is running 1-6 degrees above average. widespread soaking rain moves into mar. that will continue with unsettled weather over the next several days. for today, this afternoon, mostly cloudy skies, cool along the upper coast with low to mid 60s. we will timeout the rain, coming up. we are starting to see a stack up at the bay bridge this morning. also in effect, a wind advisory,

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